Fundraising2018-12-13T15:01:51+00:00

Fundraising

Fundraising Requirements

All full-week and three-day riders are required to raise the minimum of $500. One-day riders are required to raise the minimum of $250. If a rider cannot meet this minimum by the first day of the ride, he or she may write a personal check to cover the balance.

GreatFeats: Offline Donations

We continue to work on streamline our processes. So that riders don’t have to hand write their donor info and then staff type it into our spreadsheet manually, we’re asking that riders enter their offline donations right into their GreatFeats pages. That way we can easily pull a report of all donations, and riders will have an accurate thermometer on their fundraising page for all donations they received, and not just their donations online. It will also save riders from filling out all the donor info by hand, and will cut down on confusion over illegible handwriting. Before mailing in checks, please enter your donations onto your GreatFeats page (see instructions), and then mail them in with the short Offline Donations Paid form.

If you need to provide a donation receipt, the form is listed below. The supporters who donate to the Habitat 500 deserve recognition. It is the cyclist’s responsibility to thank all donors who made their ride possible. All donations are tax deductible; the donation receipt is applicable for any amounts up to $99. Habitat for Humanity will send receipts for any donations of $100 or more. If you collect cash and write your own check to cover it, be sure to note in your GreatFeats entry how much is from each donor.

Donation Receipt (Give to Donors)

Online Fundraising

  1. Set up your fundraising page.
  2. Include your GreatFeats link in your fundraising appeals.
  3. For more information about online fundraising through GreatFeats, visit our FAQ page or the 2019 Habitat 500 GreatFeats page.

Fundraising Tips